Timothy G. Bromage, Ph.D.
Hard Tissue Research Unit
Department of Biomaterials & Biomimetics
New York University College of Dentistry
Hard tissue biology
Organismal life history
Andrew S. Burrell, Ph.D.
Molecular Primatology Laboratory
Center for the Study of Human Origins
New York University Department of Anthropology
Evolution and conservation of African primates
Anthony Di Fiore, Ph.D.
Department of Anthropology
University of Texas at Austin
Behavior and ecology of ateline primates
Evolution of monogamy and pair-bonding in primates
Tropical forest biodiversity and phenology
Molecular genetic investigations of New World monkey social systems and phylogenetics
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Eugene E. Harris, Ph.D.
Department of Biological Sciences and Geology
Queensborough Community College
City University of New York
Evolutionary and anthropological genetics
Human genetic adaptation
Phylogeography of Howler monkeys
Molecular phylogeny of African monkeys
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Erella Hovers, Ph.D.
The Institute of Archaeology
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Plio-Pleistocene archaeology in East Africa
The Middle Paleolithic of the Levant
The evolution of symbolism and art
Subsistence and mobility (land-use strategies) of early hominins
Taphonomy and site formation processes
Gary Marcus, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology, New York University
Director NYU Center for Child Language
Evolution of language
Vincent Pigott, Ph.D.
Honorary Visiting Professor, Institute of Archaeology, London
Southeast Asian prehistory
Near Eastern archaeology
Archaeometallurgy of the Asian Old World
Anthropology of technology
Joseph Schuldenrein, Ph.D., R.P.A.
President and Principal Geoarchaeologist
Geoarcheology Research Associates
5912 Spencer Ave.
Riverdale, N.Y. 10471
Geoarchaeological method and theory
Late Quaternary landscape reconstruction
Cultural resource management
Old World archaeology and human ecology
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Anthony J. Tosi, Ph.D.
Criminalist, Level III
Forensic Biology Laboratory
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME)
421 East 26th Street
New York, NY 10016
Phylogeography of nonhuman primates